Warner Bros. did the ole’ “DC Shuffle” yesterday with all of their highly-anticipated (and heavily marketed) films, moving Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom and The Flash to 2023 and Black Adam and Shazam! Fury of the Gods to new dates in 2022.
Aquamen, a new monthly comic book series by Chuck Brown, Brandon Thomas, Sami Basri and Adriano Lucas, will swim to shore in February 2022.
The leaves are starting to turn, kids are headed back to school, and Halloween is only two months away, and there are plenty of titles to peruse at your local comic shop this week.
Jackson Hyde (otherwise known as DC Comic’s current Aqualad) gets his chance to swim upstream by himself in a new six issue mini-series by Brandon Thomas, Diego Olortegui, and Wade Von Grawbadger this September.
1941 saw the debut of many superheroes, including the first appearance of DC Comics “King of the Seven Seas”, Aquaman, in November 1941’s More Fun Comics #73.
Just to be clear: Mr. Mxyzptlk is not on the board of directors at Warner Bros, nor is he responsible for the whimsical, unpredictable moves at DC Films, although you wouldn’t know it based on DC’s handling of their film properties.